Catalogue of the Greek Coins of Troas, Aeolis, and Lesbos

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The Trustees, 1894 - Coins, Greek - 260 pages
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Page 256 - TABLE OF THE RELATIVE WEIGHTS OF ENGLISH GRAINS AND FRENCH GRAMMES Grains. Grammes. Grains. Grammes. Grains. Grammes. Grains. Grammes. 1...
Page 257 - ... 700 45-36 194 12-571 234 15-162 274 17-754 800 51-84 195 12-636 235 15-227 275 17-819 900 58-32 196 12-700 236 15-292 276 17-884 1000 64-80 197 12-765 237 15-357 277 17-949 2000 12960 198 12-830 238 15-422 278 18-014 3000 194-40 199 12-895 239 15-487 279 18-079 4000 259-20 200 12960 240 15-552 280 18144 5000 32400 TABLE CONVERTING ENGLISH INCHES INTO MILLIMETRES AND THE MEASURES OF MIONNET'S SCALE.
Page v - Tables for converting grams into grammes and inches into millimetres, as well as into the measures of Mionnet's scale, are placed at the end of the volume. A Map has been prefixed showing...
Page xlviii - There are, then, strong grounds for supposing that the Tenedian coin-types relate to the cult of Dionysos. The main objection to that view is thus stated by W. Wroth3: 'if Dionysos were intended, the male head would almost certainly be wreathed with ivy. On those coins, however, on which the head is wreathed, the wreath is of laurel and not of ivy. Perhaps, therefore, the heads are those of Zeus and Hera.
Page 6 - Obv.: Bust of Artemis r., draped, wearing stephane, and necklace; hair tied in bunch behind; bow and quiver at shoulder; border of dots.
Page 111 - Bust of Artemis r. ; bow and quiver at shoulder : border of dots. KY Vase with one handle ; on each side of it, branch of laurel 87 ^•65 [PI.
Page 133 - ... to which two fillets are attached; before him, omphalos and amphora; the whole in laurel wreath.
Page v - Lesbos has boon attempted, and, so far as is compatible with limits of space, reference is made to such details in the history, geography and religion of the towns as serve to throw light upon the coinage.
Page xxxix - By some numismatists Pionia is described under " Mysia," but its geographical, if not its political, position suggests that it should be classed with the Troad towns.
Page 175 - Head of Athena r., wearing earring, necklace, and closefitting crested helmet with spiral decoration and projecting spike : square border of dots : whole in incuse square. BM C., iA F.

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